Danny Elliott is arguably one of Australia's most versatile entertainers, having mastered over 12 instruments, singing and dancing in a high-impact showcase of musical talents that have delighted crowds around the world.
Recently presented with the 31st Annual ‘MO Variety Entertainer of the Year' award, Danny is a seasoned cabaret performer and has fine-tuned his stagecraft performing with a range of international entertainment industry legends such as Shirley Bassey, Marina Prior and The Ten Tenors.
He's also enjoyed several successful seasons in front of the discerning international audiences on the new Queen Elizabeth, the QE2 and is currently taking bookings for his acclaimed 90-minute theatre shows.
Hear Danny's dedication to the Aussie athletes competing in the London Olympic Games.
Listen to Danny's "tongue in cheek" song The Carbon Tax Blues. Co-written with Bill Taylor.
Danny, inspired by the remarkable efforts of solo sailor Jessica Watson, has penned and recorded a song inspired by Jessica's amazing achievement. On completing her voyage, the sixteen-year-old Australian spoke of ordinary people following their dreams. From that comes the song, "She Inspired Me "
As a result of the song, Danny was invited on the Alan Jones breakfast show on Sydney's 2GB to promote his show at City Recital Hall Angel Place.
Hear a demo of Danny's new album, "Rhapsody" available in the shop
- A huge cruise season
16 May, 2013
The "crossing" of the Radiance of the Seas sees the last of the international cruise...
- Top marks from the Queen
16 May, 2013
Danny was fortunate to perform on both the Queen Victoria and the Queen Mary 2 in February and...
- Cruising with Celebrity
16 January, 2013
After a short stint on the Celebrity Millenium early in December, Danny returned to Celebrity...